You know me, I always learn something new and/or exciting. I assume most of you have similar habit. It has tons of advantages, like you can do cool things almost every day and you can provide several options when you are facing a challenge. 🙂
Unfortunately sometimes you are struggling to find the best training source/type. Although there are million options, you should strive for diversity to avoid the “burnout”. To reach your goal, Today I wanna introduce you the Learn TV and Continued Investments in Microsoft Learn.
As usual the Microsoft makes huge efforts to support out professional development. For instance, Azure related documentation is far better than other Hyperscale’s’ related documentation. The Channel9 is another great source of knowledge… 🙂
This is a really great question, and the answer is here about Learn TV:
Learn TV is a new content experience offering daily live, pre-recorded, and on-demand video programming for developers and engineers within the Microsoft Learn platform.Jeff Sandquist, Corporate Vice President, Developer Relations.
Although the Learn TV is in preview, I am sure it will be live soon. This is the normal behavior in Microsoft.
This is a quite old know-how collection from Microsoft. Nevertheless this was not widely available for everyone. From now this is a general available for everyone. You can reach here:
Microsoft Learn Student Ambassadors
This is a community for everyone who need help regarding the new technologies or who wants to learn from student leaders. Additionally you can be student leader easily now. It’s a really great chance to everyone, isn’t it?
We’ve partnered with universities to create new learning paths based on their popular courses in data science, cloud development, and AI engineering, all tailored for the students that want to build in-demand job skills and educators that want to teach them:
– Carnegie Mellon University: Intro to Cloud Administration and Intro to Cloud Development
– Oxford University: Cloud & Artificial Intelligence: Principles of Edge Computing
– University of California at Berkeley: Foundations of Data Science
This was the short introduction of these cool stuffs. Let’s start to discover them. I also suggest to create a learning plan for the summer to reach the highest efficiency as possible in summer time. 🙂
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